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We are planning on running Black Angus and trying to drop calves in Feb and sell in Oct or Nov. I have helped my mother over the years with her farm but don't have as much hands on experience as I would like. I was excited to find this forum where I can get answers to questions as well as contribute if possible. Thank you for letting us join and we will keep you up to date as we progress in this new adventure.
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Thank you for your service Adam.
Sometimes you do have to throw out the babies with the bath water.
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Check out my YouTube channel.
Mostly plan on everything going not as planned but it will work out.
Have fun! Kids on the farm is a good thing. They learning as your learning. Learn together .